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Monday’s Headlines: Time to Turn that Crap into Gold EditionBy Streetsblog Editorial Board |
The big news in our world over the weekend was that curbside composting at every single Queens residence starts on Monday. Plus other news.
EXCLUSIVE: Secret MTA Memo Offers Funding for Bronx Clean-Up to Get Congestion Pricing Over the LineBy Dave Colon |
The MTA has told the federal government that it it will pay spend tens of millions to mitigate possible air-quality impacts from congestion pricing in the Bronx and other neighborhoods, according to a closely guarded document obtained by Streetsblog.
March (Parking) Madness: The Queens Borough Final is No ContestBy Streetsblog |
The two precincts hoping to represent Queens in the Final Four of the 2023 contest are nowhere in the category of loathsomeness that has made the borough famous. But both distinguish themselves for treating their neighbors poorly.
Biden’s Electric Vehicle Charging Initiative is Simply Not Going to Solve Our Car or Climate ProblemBy Aaron Short |
The Biden administration wants to erect a multi-billion dollar network of charging hubs for electric vehicles, but advocates warn the country can’t drive its way out of the climate crisis, whether cars run on fossil fuels or electricity.
Why Won’t Carl Heastie Back Expanded Camera Enforcement to Take On Bus Stop Blockers?By Dave Colon |
A bill to expand use of bus-mounted and on-street enforcement cameras — and allow the tech in bike lanes — has run up against opposition from the state Assembly.
Friday’s Headlines: ‘Parking Mandates Got To Go!’ EditionBy David Meyer |
New York City is on the verge of a massive missed opportunity if it doesn't reform its parking requirements for new residential developments this year, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine warned on Thursday. Plus other news.